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Gary Clarke is an American actor who has gained popularity after his works in 'Dragonstrip Riot,' 'Greenbriar,' 'Get Smart', and 'The Paperboy.'
Gary Clarke is a scriptwriter, singer, director, and producer. His Western TV series 'The Virginian' and 'Micheal Shayne' were quite popular.
Born in August, Gary Clarke's zodiac sign is Leo. Gary has been married thrice and has four children, three sons and one daughter.
Gary Clarke's net worth is approximately $1.5 million.
Details on the annual income of Gary Clarke are unavailable.
Gary Clarke is 6 ft (183 cm) tall.
Gary Clarke will turn 89 on August 16, 2022.
Gary Clarke, also known as Clarke Fredrick L'Amoreaux, was born in Los Angeles, California, on August 16, 1933. He was raised in a Chicano on the east side of Los Angeles. Gary Clarke developed an interest in acting in high school and landed a role in a play at a community theatre in San Gabriel, California. Later, Gary Clarke performed in several plays at Glendale. He worked shifts as a newspaper delivery boy and machinist to support his passion for acting.
Gary Clarke married his first wife, Marilyn, on July 17, 1952. The couple was blessed with three boys, Jeff, Dennis, and David.
In 1964, Gary Clarke married Pat Woodell, an actress in Petticoat Junction, but the marriage did not last long, and they divorced in 1977.
Afterward, Gary Clarke remained unmarried for a decade and married Jerrene in 1991. With Jerrene, Gary Clarke has a daughter named Ava Clarke.
Gary Clarke has worked on many films like 'Missile To The Moon,' 'How To Make A Monster,' 'Passion Street,' 'U.S.A,' and 'Date Bait.'
Gary Clarke was signed to play Dick Hamilton in the single-season series of NBC television 'Micheal Shayne.' He was also cast as Tad Kimball in 'The Fatal Step' episode of 'Laramie,' an NBC Western series.
In the TV series 'The Virginian,' Gary Clarke played Steve Hill. He retired as a cast member in 1967 after playing Captain Richards in ABC Western's 'Hondo.'
After his retirement as a TV actor, Clarke began to write scripts under his birth name and wrote many scripts for 'Get Smart,' an NBC espionage sitcom.
Gary Clarke also wrote public service announcements like 'Youth at Risk' and narrated 'Promoting Healthy Behavior,' a short film. He appeared in 'The Young Riders' and 'Dynasty,' where he was cast in a recurring role for four episodes. He also appeared in the movies 'Parkland' and 'The Paperboy.'
Gary Clarke released singles' Tomorrow May Never Come' and 'One Way Ticket' for RCA Victor Records. He also sang 'One Summer In A Million,' a cover song for Decca Records.
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